WSBK » Marinelli pays tribute as Ducati bids farewell

Ducati concludes its factory involvement in the World Superbike Championship with one more podium - bringing that total up to 718...

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Sponge Bob - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 9:54 AM

Oh dear, what a shame. Ducati have gone after not being able to have the rules bent in their favour anymore. They pulled out of BSB for the same reason, spitting their dummy out because Stuart Hicks wouldn't let them run their engine at a different spec to the rules. Bye Ducati, I won't miss you.

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